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kdesvn-build

   1.6.2  

KDE Development Tool

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kdesvn-build
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kdesvn-build
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Downloads:  5096
Submitted:  May 7 2005
Updated:  Jul 12 2008

Description:

Builds KDE from its Subversion source repository. Well, that and a *LOT* more...

It builds qt-copy, easily supports being run from cron, allows module-specific options such as configure flags, logs everything, and generally makes it as easy as possible to manage a bleeding edge KDE installation.

kdesvn-build supports quick checkouts using the daily KDE-generated Subversion checkout snapshots. When available, it can reduce your checkout time and reduce the strain on the svn.kde.org servers.

kdesvn-build by default will install things into a ~/kde directory, but it supports using your system KDE if you just want to install e.g. an application from Extragear.

It's incredibly featureful, although I've tried hard to setup sane default options so that you don't have to worry about twiddling the knobs.

kdesvn-build supports both KDE 3.5 and KDE 4. See the "use-stable-kde" option in the included kdesvn-buildrc-sample for more information.

Basically, using use-stable-kde makes kdesvn-build prefer the 3.5 version of a module to any trunk version. This saves you from having to add a lot of 'branch' options.




Changelog:

v1.6.2 fixes the sample configuration to build phonon after kdesupport (and some other tweaks) and reduces the number of set_option() warnings in certain unusual (but allowed) situations.

The full changelog is available with the tarball and at http://kdesvn-build.kde.org/releases/kdesvn-build-1.6.1.php




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 thank you

 
 by seezer on: Jun 3 2006
 
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This is one cool piece of software Michael. I think i would have dropped my plan to get into kde-devel without it.


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 koffice 1.6

 
 by gassauer on: Oct 14 2006
 
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any reason not to switch to koffice 1.6 ?


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 Re: koffice 1.6

 
 by pynm0001 on: Oct 18 2006
 
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Not really, I suppose. I haven't tried it yet myself but I'm sure it's better than 1.5. ;)


Regards,
- Michael Pyne

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 don't work on my PC

 
 by wasge on: Jan 20 2007
 
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This app seems to fail when configure packages with CMake.

It download all packages, but all packages fails to configure.

This happens:

Building qt-copy (1/14)
Preparing build system for qt-copy.
GPL license selected for Qt. See /home/usunormal/kdesvn/qt-copy/LICENSE.GPL
Running configure...
Compiling, attempt 1...

Unable to build qt-copy!
Took 19 minutes, and 36 seconds.
Overall time for qt-copy was 19 minutes, and 36 seconds.

Building kdelibs (2/14)
Preparing build system for kdelibs.
Running cmake...
Unable to configure kdelibs with CMake!
Overall time for kdelibs was 2 seconds.


And the process with kdelibs is the same than with the other packages.

Anyone can helpme?


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 Re: don't work on my

 
 by ilredil on: Jan 28 2007
 
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I'm having similar problems here. qt-copy makes and installs properly for me, but kdesupport fails to configure with CMake, then the error messages fall directly in line with the above.

This is one of the top hits on google right now on this problem and it seems unresolved. I'll post back if I can figure it out.


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 Re: Re: don't work o

 
 by ilredil on: Jan 28 2007
 
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I looked in the kdesupport directory and the INSTALL file refers to the configure script, which isn't there. In the comments of configure.in.in, it says "Process this file with autoconf to produce a configure script." OK, so that explains the missing ./configure.

I did some research and found that the typical commands are `aclocal;automake;autoconf`.
I upgraded to the latest version of autoconf, automake and m4, and copied configure.in.in to configure.in. Then I ran aclocal (which had a return code of 0), automake said that Makefile.am wasn't found for any configure output and sugested that AC_CONFIG_FILES([Makefile]) wasn't in configure.in. Sure enough, there's no AC_CONFIG_FILES in configure.in.

I think I'm on the right track to figuring this out, but I don't know enough about there "standard" gnu tools to find the problem. I hope someone who knows more than me will read this and give us the solutions.


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 Re: Re: Re: don't wo

 
 by ilredil on: Jan 28 2007
 
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the answer to why AC_CHECK_COMPILERS was missing (it is not a problem):
http://www.kdevelop.org/index.html?filename=2.1/faq.html#12

In the future I'd recommend to all (esp. myself) to read the logs before going off on a 90 minute hunt to find the problem.

Problem: cmake not found
Solution: install cmake
http://www.cmake.org/HTML/Index.html

kdesupport compiled and installed fine after I had cmake.


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 QT_QTDBUS_LIBRARY

 
 by giucam on: Jul 8 2007
 
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while compiling kdelibs (kde4) i get this error:

CMake Error: This project requires some variables to be set,
and cmake can not find them.
Please set the following variables:
QT_QTDBUS_LIBRARY (ADVANCED)

what does it mean?


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 module playground

 
 by L3x on: Jun 29 2008
 
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Script started processing at Sun Jun 29 20:58:43 2008
* set_option() called for undefined module playground/base
* This is probably a bug in kdesvn-build, please report
* At bugs.kde.org.
* set_option() called for undefined module l10n-kde4
* This is probably a bug in kdesvn-build, please report
* At bugs.kde.org.


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 Re: module playground

 
 by pynm0001 on: Jun 29 2008
 
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Ah yes, I keep forgetting to fix this bug, thanks for reminding me.


Regards,
- Michael Pyne

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 Re: Re: module playground

 
 by L3x on: Jun 30 2008
 
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Tank you too for your work


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 Build phonon

 
 by L3x on: Jul 11 2008
 
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Hi, build phonon succeeded in my system but I have this issue:

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!! phonon seems to be checked out from somewhere other than expected.
!!

kdesvn-build expects: svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/branches/phonon/4.2/phonon
The module is actually from: svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/branches/phonon/4.2

If the module location is incorrect, you can fix it by either deleting the
source directory, or by changing to the source directory and running
svn switch svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/branches/phonon/4.2/phonon

If the module is fine, please update your configuration file.

If you use kdesvn-build with --svn-only it will try switching for you (might not work
correctly).


in my kdesvn-buildrc I have:
module phonon
branch 4.2
end module

Thanks


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 Re: Build phonon

 
 by pynm0001 on: Jul 12 2008
 
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Are you sure you're not mixing up versions of kdesvn-build? I can't reproduce here but since kdesvn-build is part of kdesdk it is commonly included on people's systems when they don't realize it.

Please confirm you have at least kdesvn-build 1.6.1 by running kdesvn-build --version to make sure you're not accidentally running an older version of kdesvn-build included on your system.


Regards,
- Michael Pyne

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 Re: Re: Build phonon

 
 by L3x on: Jul 12 2008
 
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Yes....I have 1.6.1 version:
lex@asus:~$ kdesvn-build --version
kdesvn-build 1.6.1

I try with 1.6.2 tomorrow...
Regards


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 Re: Re: Re: Build phonon

 
 by L3x on: Jul 12 2008
 
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Ok...sorry. I installed kdesvn-build 1.6.2 in /usr/bin now and I try to check a version, see:

lex@asus:~$ kdesvn-build --version
kdesvn-build 1.6.1
lex@asus:~$ cd /usr/bin
lex@asus:/usr/bin$ ./kdesvn-build --version
kdesvn-build 1.6.2

Because in my kdesvn-buildrc I have this:
module kdesdk
end module
is correct? kdesvn-build is in kdesdk?


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